UNITED NATIONS - Yemens Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakul Karman, who is visiting New York, has demanded action from the UN to end the bloodshed in her country where pro-democracy activists have been demonstrating for months. She told a demonstration outside UN headquarters on Tuesday that Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh should be be tried for the killings of protesters. Security Council members are considering a draft resolution urging President Saleh to step down. Ms. Karman made an impassioned plea to the UN to repudiate a Gulf Arab plan that would grant immunity to the war criminal president. The youths peaceful revolution is against the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) initiative, especially because it gives immunity to Saleh and his family, Karman told reporters at the demonstration where she was greeted by a cheering crowd of around 150 Yemeni supporters. We dont think that the Security Council will be trapped in a resolution that will give immunity to the regime. While it urges implementation of the GCC deal, the resolution would have the council say it stresses that all those responsible for violence, human rights violations and abuses should be held accountable. Council diplomats said that they hoped the draft resolution, which was written by Britain in consultation with France, the US, Russia and China, would be put to a vote and approved before the end of the week.